I might have missed something, or it might be referenced in a later episode and I forgot, but what happened to clones 3 and 4? They took Robbie’s bike but they were not in the clone fight. Are they still around?
From SDCC, they said 3 and 4 are prob still alive!
i hope they show up in season 2, even biking past in the backgrounnd would be great
So I just found out that to be an astronaut you can’t be under 5’2” and this is BULLSHIT I never wanted to be an astronaut until I found out I couldn’t and now I feel like a dream has been crushed fuck you NASA
i don’t want to live in a world where we can’t launch danny devito into space
you can’t be one it you’re over 190cm either this is fucking bullshit they can send a fucking monkey to space but not me because i’d bang my head on the damn doorway on the way out
how the fuck is this true. there are many people with less than a complete human skeleton. this requires that some people have more bones than an entire skeleton, or perhaps for one person to have hundreds of millions more bones than an entire skeleton. who is he? who is he??
babies have more bones than adults, their bones fuse together as they age. but i’m pretty sure that there are probably more babies than amputees so really the average human body has more than enough bones to make an entire adult human skeleton
It is entirely absurd to punish your children by not allowing them to consume food or water and I really just want to get out of this house because I’m tired of being treated this way
isn’t that illegal?
Some of you are reblogging because you think its funny that programmers would talk to ducks. I’m reblogging because I think its funny picturing a programmer explaining their code, realizing what they did when they explain the bad code, then grabbing the strangling the duck while yelling “WHY WAS THE FIX THAT SIMPLE!? AM I GOING BLIND!”
This is actually a really common technique programmers use (maybe not to a duck, but in general). Explaining things out loud often times will help you find the error in your code. It’s like reading something you wrote out loud and finding mistakes you probably would have missed if you just read it in your head.